Yes and no. Some fertilizers are certified as organic and others as suitable for organic gardening. For instance, there is a liquid fertilizer named HastaGrow. It is marked suitable for organic gardening but is not totally organic. It has man made urea added. Other organic fertilizers which has the OMRI tag are totally organic. To be organic certified with the OMRI tag there can be no synthetics or chemicals added. There are many products listed as suitable for organic gardening including pesticides, herbicides and fungicides, many of which are tagged OMRI.Aren't all "organic" fertilizers have to be labeled "organic"?
Not necessarily. It could be contaminated with chemicals like Picloram. This is a HUGE problem in the US. It doesn't matter if the manure is fresh or 2 years old. I don't know if this herbicide is used in GB or not, but if it is BEWARE.Well rotted horse muck is organic
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